Implications of protein posttranslational modifications in IBD
Inflammatory Bowel Disease, 03/22/2012Ehrentraut SF et al.
The posttranslational protein modifications include, among others, phosphorylation, hydroxylation, neddylation, and cytokine cleavage by the inflammasome. This review focuses on the current understanding of posttranslational protein modifications with a particular focus on their relevance to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) pathogenesis.
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